Jackie Cahill, Brendan Cummins and Graham Geraghty join James Rea to analyse all of the weekend's hurling and football action.
We look back at some big wins in the Hurling Championship, with the three games having a combined winning margin of 60 points. On Saturday, Galway disposed of Laois with little fuss, winning on an eventual scoreline of 3-28 to 1-14.
Then on Sunday afternoon, Kilkenny completely outclassed
Wexord to get their All-Ireland title defence under way. The Cats racked up five goals on their way to a 24-point win.
The Munster clash of Limerick and Tipperary was expected to be a tight affair and early in the second half at the Gaelic Grounds it looked like that would be the case. But Tipperary found another gear and eventually eased past Limerick by 4-23 to 1-16.
In football, Monaghan are back in the Ulster final after victory over Fermanagh. Malachy O’Rourke’s side will now face either Derry or Donegal on 19 July.
Sligo overcome Roscommon at Markievicz Park to claim their place in the Connacht final in one of the more unexpected results of the weekend. But the biggest shock came at O'Moore Park where the home side let an eight-point lead slip against Antrim. Laois 1-16 Antrim 2-15 was the final score.
We also go through the rest of the weekend football action, which saw wins for Cavan, Offaly and Longford.
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